Here is a list of rabbit rescues and shelters in Arizona that we know of.
If there are any more that we haven’t mentioned here, then do let us know.
Rabbit Rescues and Shelters in Arizona
Bramley Hedge Rabbit Rescue: 14644 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85022. Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue, Inc., has been caring for abused, abandoned and homeless domestic rabbits since our founding in 1986. We are a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) domestic rabbit rescue organization and no-kill shelter, housing more than 100 rabbits at any time.
Rasically Rabbit Rescue and Critter Haven of Arizona inc: Rascally Rabbit Rescue and Critter Haven of Arizona, Inc. was founded August 28th, 2006. Since that date, RRR has rescued numerous rabbits, gerbils, hamsters and guinea pigs. Contact them directly for their address.
Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary: 7848 East Redfield Road, Suite 7 Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the compassionate care of companion animals. At Tranquility Trail, our mission is to rescue, shelter, rehabilitate and find a forever home for every animal that finds its way to us.
Arizona Humane Society Campus for Compassion: 1521 W Dobbins Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85041. The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) has fostered the belief that every pet deserves a good life. They are committed to doing what is best for pets and the people in their lives. What once began as a small shelter established by a compassionate group of volunteers has since grown to become the state’s largest animal welfare and protection agency, as well as the state’s designated responder for animals in distress during natural disasters.
Circle L Ranch: 8535 E Smittys Pl, Prescott Valley, Arizona 86315. Circle L Rescue envisions a time when all animals are recognized as an integral part of our natural world. Animals are to be honored, protected, and preserved.
Morning Starr Animal Sanctuary, Inc. Cottonwood, AZ 86326. Morning Starr’s new mission is to fight and conquer this serious and growing problem of uncontrolled animal population growth.
Humane Society of Southern Arizona. Based in Tucson, They work to give the best care to each homeless pet that comes through our doors. They go to extraordinary efforts to ensure all pets get care and love from our staff before they go to the homes where they will be cared for and loved for the rest of their lives.